Justin LeBlanc Presents High-Tech Carolina Coture

Justin LeBlanc
Raleigh

Known for thinking outside the box, Justin LeBlanc, fashion designer and finalist on Lifetime channel’s “Project Runway,” will highlight his work during a program at the N.C. Museum of History in Raleigh. He will present High-Tech Carolina Couture: Justin LeBlanc on Saturday, Feb. 13, at 3 p.m. Free tickets will be distributed while they last beginning at 2 p.m. Weekend parking is free.

Note: American Sign Language will be provided for this program. For questions or to hold seats for this service, please call 919-807-7988. 

LeBlanc will discuss how his inspirations and ties to North Carolina work with fibers, fabrics and technology to create fashion. When developing his new collection, he traveled across the state to search for North Carolina-based design and textile resources. As a result, his collection includes fabric from Tar Heel textile mills, as well as fabric designs custom printed in Durham. 

The fashion designer’s work has been featured in Marie Claire, the Chicago Tribune, The New York Times and USA Today

LeBlanc is an assistant professor in the College of Design at N.C. State University. He is the faculty advisor for Art2Wear, a student-organized runway show that presents fashion, costume and wearable sculpture created by the students of the College of Design and the College of Textiles.

For information about the N.C. Museum of History, a Smithsonian-affiliated museum, call 919-807-7900 or access ncmuseumofhistory.org or follow on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google+ or YouTube.